Join us for the return of Word Play on Saturday, May 4
Word Play: A Spoken Word Poetry Festival
Saturday, May 4 / 10am - 9:30pm
Join Gay City for Word Play, a one-day spoken word festival including two workshops, a performance, and an artists reception. Wordplay is a collaborative effort to explore recovery from a queer perspective. From alcoholism, to anorexia to mental illness, four poets from different recovery backgrounds will take the mic to speak truth about bottoming out, getting back up and moving on.
The workshops will be led by featured artists, who will share their expertise and encourage participants to explore their own recovery experiences through spoken word. The festival will culminate in a performance by four local artists, followed by an artists reception.
Cole Arden Peake
More info: gaycity.org/wordplay
Sponsored by the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs.
The Seattle Project is coming to Gay City Health Project May 9th.
Selections from The Seattle Project, a body of photographic work from Portland, Oregon based photographer, R. Edward Jack, will be presented at Gay City. The exhibition will commence with an artist reception on May 9th, from 6pm - 9pm, in the Calamus Auditorium at Gay City.
The Seattle Project, which began in 2001, is a collection of photographs that tell the stories of Pacific Northwest men who have faced significant challenges in their lives from serious health issues and death threats to their own self realizations. These men have offered their images to the Project to give hope and encouragement to others facing similar challenges.
The show will be hosted at Gay City Health through June 9th
Coming Soon - Ghosts in Gaslight, Monsters in Steam: Gay City Anthology Vol 5
We thank the community for all of the amazing submissions! Editors Evan J. Peterson and Vincent Kovar are currently in the process of selecting the stories, poems, and artwork that will create the strange and marvelous world of Ghosts in Gaslight, Monsters in Steam. We expect to announce the contents by early May, and to publish the book by early July. In the mean time, stay tuned for the book cover, book trailers, our launch party announcement, and selections from the manuscript.
More info: gaycity.org/anthologies
Special Gay City Arts Gallery Event: Sculpting The Penis In Polite Society
Thursday, Apr 18 / 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Sisko Gallery (3216 Elliott Ave)
Sculpting The Penis In Polite Society is an exploration of censored images, and the impact it has on individuals in our culture and in the art that we produce.
Meet the artist and view a selection of his works. Wine and light fare will be provided. A portion of any sales during the event will benefit Gay City.
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